“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” – Pablo Picasso Children are innocent, artless, guileless, simple, unworldly, unsophisticated, green, inexperienced, naive, ingenuous, trusting, trustful, unsuspicious, unwary, unguarded, credulous, gullible, easily taken in; unaffected, without airs, open, frank, uninhibited, natural, spontaneous, down-to-earth and informal. As grown ups, we lose this childlike sense of life. And that’s actually a sad thing. It’s not just about happiness and innocence either — being more childlike also helps us to be more creative, more imaginative, more innovative and open to worlds of possibilities.
Read my art journal entry about this series here.